Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Re: pallabi sarkar

Dear Pallabi,

Good evening. I am very sorry Pallbi dear.

I get many mails ... but I
did not find yours. Any way next time

I would not dely in replying
to you, trust me. I am busy , but not so

busy as such. And what was
your comment, let me know. Only yesterday

I completed my teaching
assingment on "Principles and Practice

of Management". Do belong to
Bangalore or Kolkotta? Why are you

looking for job in Banglaore, any
specific reason? You will get a job in

Banglaore ... sure ... keep in touch
with the local papers of Banglaore.

Register yourself with Naukri or
Times jobs and direct them specifically

about your preference for
Banglaore. Let me know more about yourself.

Do send me a copy of your
CV and photograph by email. It is nice to

know that you are participating
in the IASLIC Seminar orgainzed by Bose

Institute. Do attend such c
onferences, you will get chances to talk to

seniors and teachers.
Only thing next time present a paper in such

Seminars. I am not coming there.
I would have met you in Kolkotta had I

participated in the IASLIC Seminar.
Any way we will meet some where in one of the

Seminars again. Keep in touch
and let me know next time about Seminars and

Conferences. Once you attend
the conference you send me a detailed resport...

which I will read. I am
working as a Sr.Librarian at Akruti Citygold

Institute, Mumbai. Ours will be an
university shortly after UGC clearance.

Do visit my professional LIS blog to
know more about my other professional

activities :


Feel free to communicate to me or you may

talk to me any time. Best wishes



November 18, 2008

Hello Sir,

Very good evening.I had send a comment

for u, but u did'nt reply, r u busy sir? if

u dont mind plz tell me if there are any

chances/possibilities of finding a job

in Bangalore with my present level of

qualifications/experience? I will be

attending a ILA Seminar/conference in

Kolkata organized by Bose Institue. R U

going there? What are you doing? Reply plz.

Pallabi Sarkar

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Re: [LIS-Forum] Correction in the Date of my Seminar



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--- On Sun, 16/11/08, Nihal Alam <nihal.drtc@gmail.com> wrote:

From: Nihal Alam <nihal.drtc@gmail.com>
Subject: [LIS-Forum] Correction in the Date of my Seminar
To: LIS-Forum@ncsi.iisc.ernet.in
Date: Sunday, 16 November, 2008, 3:36 AM

I am extremely sorry that  by mistake i had mentioned my seminar date 19/11/2009. In fact it will be on 19/11/2008.

Indian Statistical Institute

Documentation Research and Training Center

8th Mile Mysore Road, R.V. College Post

Bangalore -560059



                            Semantic Relation and its application in Information Science

    Semantic Relation and its application in information science


Of late, then interest of many researchers is to examine the nature Free Add On semantic relations and their main application in the information science. Concepts (language) and relations (text) provide the foundation of knowledge and thought. When we look at the world, we perceive not only a mass of colors but also objects that automatically assign categories labels. Our perception system automatically segments the world into concepts and the Categories. Language is used not for the sake of communicating the concepts and the relations, but also employed to represent, store and reason with concepts and relation. Research and development in information science have focused on concepts and terms with increasing emphasis in identification, processing, management of the relation to achieve greater effectiveness and refinement in information science techniques.  

This seminar presents:

(i)                  an overview of the semantic relation used in the knowledge structure such as thesauri and Ontologies,

(ii)                main techniques used in the automatic extraction of the semantic relations from text, and

(iii)               the use of semantic relation in the information extraction, information retrieval, question-answering, and automatic text summarization.



Speaker:  Nihal Alam

               2nd Y ADIS                 

                                           All are cordially invited


Venue: DRTC Classroom                                               Seminar In charge

Date: 19/11/2008                                                      (Dr. Devika  P. Madalli)

Time:   2 PM

Nihal  Alam
ADIS 2nd Year
8th Mile Mysore Road, RV College post
Indian Statistical Institute
Email: nihalalam@drtc.isibang.ac.in
Personal Mail: nihal.drtc@gmail.com

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